Ep. 267 – How to Scale and Grow Your Business by Finding the Right COO

Apr 4, 2023

One of the hardest parts of building a business is hiring the right people. This becomes even more challenging when you’re looking to hire a second in command. You need someone you can trust on a deep level and someone who has the right skills set for the job. If you make the wrong hire in this area, it can be catastrophic for your business and ruin years of hard work. Today’s episode is a rebroadcast of an episode of the “Journey with Cristian D. Evans” podcast, where Cameron discusses, among other things, the importance of hiring the right second in command.

 

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Why so many business owners make it so hard for themselves.
  • Why the first 30 days are vital when hiring a new CFO.
  • The importance of integrating your culture into a company following an acquisition.

 

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Written By Cameron Herold

Written By Cameron Herold

Cameron Herold is known around the world as THE CEO WHISPERER. He is the mastermind behind hundreds of companies’ exponential growth. Cameron’s built a dynamic consultancy: his current clients include a “Big 4” wireless carrier and a monarchy. What do his clients say they like most about him? He isn’t a theory guy—they like that Cameron speaks only from experience. He earned his reputation as the CEO Whisperer by guiding his clients to double their profit and double their revenue in just three years or less. Cameron is a top-rated international speaker and has been paid to speak in 26 countries. He is also the top-rated lecturer at EO/MIT’s Entrepreneurial Masters Program and a powerful and effective speaker at Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer leadership events around the world.

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